We perform Finite Element Analysis (FEA) to make sure the mechanical parts will have the appropriate strength and resist to the desired strain and stress. We then manufacture the parts using 3D printing, computer numerical control (CNC) machine tools or laser / jet cutter depending on quantity, material selected and the shape of the parts.

What is Mechanics:

Mechanics, serving as the body of the system, facilitates physical interactions with the environment and serves as the robot’s framework. While machine bodies may have mobility, they often function primarily as a support structure for sensors, electronic boards, and the human interface.

Moreover, mechanics plays a crucial role in transforming mechanical forces into various forms, including torque, speed, direction, and dimension. For example, it enables the conversion of linear motion into a 90-degree rotational motion while balancing torque and speed considerations.

In addition, physics provides insights into the expected behaviour within a given environment, constraining the mechanical body’s operation. Consequently, extensive studies are conducted to determine limitations related to force, temperature, energy compensation, strain, stress, and other factors. This information informs the selection of construction materials, considering environmental conditions to ensure the machine’s durability.

Mechanics Methods

Mechanics Methods Used:

  • Conception Assisted Design (CAD)
  • Bending
  • Extruding
  • Welding
  • CNC
  • 3D Printing
  • Laser Cutting
  • Moulding
Mechanics Application

Mechanics Application Examples:

  • Rapid Prototype
  • Sensor Mounting
  • Generics Pieces
  • Robot Platform Development
  • Mechanical Prototype